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Bangalore is a very nice place to visit, especially in the winter season, i.e., October to February. Along with this Bmtc Tourist Bus in Bangalore offer you a chance to view the complete city this winter. It is well known for its natural life and nightlife. Silicon Valley is another name given to Bangalore or Bengaluru because it has India’s greatest IT Hub.

Tourist Bus in Bangalore is managed and organized by various government as well as private organisations. BMTC is a Govt. bus service that gives complete city sightseeing for a tourist.

BMTC offers several arrangements for tourist people like chattering, living, sightseeing, and many more. You will get Ac and Non-Ac bus service with a Volvo or double-decker premium bus service.

Bmtc Tourist Bus in Bangalore

For all the tourists, bmtc giving a golden opportunity to explore the beautiful city of Bangalore. You will see the “Bangalore Rounds Hop On Hop Off” tagging bus that is ready for you on the roads. So are you guys ready with me to explore the city in winter? 

The Bmtc tourist bus is covered with a beautiful painting that consists of all the destination location. You can easily differentiate the tourist bus in Bangalore with other normal buses. There is a short view of the beautiful city’s prominent architecture includes the Palace of Bangalore, Vidhana Soudha, Museum, Cubbon Park, Gavi Gangadheswra Temple and many more.

There are currently only seven running tourist buses in Bangalore, and all of them are fully air-conditioned. All these seven buses start from seven different locations daily. All the locations are divided so well that it will cover the entire city and help the tourist explore popular areas.

Tourist Bus Ticket price in Bangalore

Just like a normal bus ticket here, the ticket price is divided into three categories:

  1. Adult
  2. Children
  3. Kids

If you belong to the adult category, it will cost you around 250 Indian rupees or 3$ – 4$ in United States Dollar.

For the children ranging between 6 and 12 years, it will cost 150rs. And if your children or kids are below 6 years, you don’t have to take a bus ticket or don’t have to pay any amount to the conductor.

Tourist Bus Starting Location

As we have shared above, there are seven onboarding stations all over the city. You can take a bus or book your ticket from any of the seven locations. 

The major bus stop includes Kempe Gowda Bus Station, Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple, Gavipuram, Freedom Park, MG Road Metro Station, Mary’s Basilica/ Shivajinagar Bus Station, Hebbal Bus Station, Malleswaram 18th Cross Bus Station.

One Day Bangalore City Tour

If you want to explore the entire city, then make your trip for at least 6-7 days because no one can see it’s beauty in a single day. There are eight must-visit places in Bangalore and how you can manage your time to see all the places in a single go. 

But if you don’t have enough time, then there is a One Day Bangalore City Tour where you can cover 8 tourist places with a professional commuter. Some of the most visited tourist places in Bangalore are: 

  1. Iskcon temple
  2. Tipu Sultan Palace
  3. Bull Temple
  4. Lalbagh Botanical Garden
  5. KSIEC Emporium
  6. Visvesvaraya Museum
  7. Vidhana Soudha
  8. Karnataka High Court

You only have to do four easy steps to be a part of the One Day Bangalore City Tour i.e.

One Day Bangalore City Tour
  • Select your Date
  • Make a Booking
  • Wait for Confirmation and Seat Number
  • Enjoy your Trip

How Bmtc Planned a One Day Bangalore City Tour

We have divided this section into 5 steps starting from Pickup to Drop up. 

Step 1: Onboarding of Passenger

All the passengers have to choose their respective source boarding points from the seven locations, as I have shared above. 

Step 2: First Sightseeing Includes

Here in First sightseeing, the Journey begins from the ISKCON temple. As we all know, according to the Hindu religion, if a journey starting from the temple, it is a very memorable and secure journey.

Then followed by other destination like 

  • Tippu Sultan Palace
  • Bull Temple
  • Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
Step 3: Lunch Break

During your entire journey, no food facilities are provided by the bmtc, and you have to manage all your food on your own. Once you have completed the first half of the sightseeing, there is a break of 45 minutes in which you can take lunch or take a short nap. 

The bus will stop at the nearest restaurant where you can enjoy one of the famous thali’s or your favorite dishes.

Step 4: Rest of Sightseeing 

It includes all the remaining places starting from KSIEC Silk Emporium Factory Outlet and covers all the destinations such as Vishweshwaraiah Museum, Vidhana Soudha, High Court.

Step 5: Last Step of one day tour of Bangalore

The entire trip is wrapup between 04:00 pm – 05:00 pm depending upon the climate or city traffic. As the boarding station is different from the customer choice, all the passengers will be dropped at Anand Rao Circle.

There is nothing to worry about as the Anand Rao Circle location is very near to majestic bus station from there you can take bmtc regular bus or Private taxi to reach your place.

If you still have any doubt in your mind do comment below or reach us through the contact form.

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